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Dec 5, 2013 7:00pm EST
of fundamentals getting better. we have automobiles, housing, and the energy industry effectively providing great contribution to the economy. we think it flows into earnings. >> let's look at some of the factors that you just alluded to. they moved the markets higher last month and let's begin of talk of when the fed might begin winding down the monthly asset purchases. how much will the release of the november jobs report tomorrow factor into the fed's decision? >> it will certainly have a considerable weight, but i don't think it will sway as much as some might think. >> why not? willat will sway the fed likely be a slowing in auto sales, a buildup in inventory and also the fact that mortgage applications have gone down again this week. a bettergh we had initial jobless claims numbers, it's a mixed bag. >> fed officials have said that tapering would again if there were consistent signs of economic growth but what if tapering actually has the opposite effect? they see the removal of the stimulus as removing one of the pillars that has been holding up the u.s. economy and keeping it from spirali
Dec 6, 2013 7:00pm EST
numbers. and they ultimately support higher energy prices. he says that we are ready seeing demand picking up. he says this is the signal that it was be stronger going ahead. , as the payrolls showed that far less workers were hired. there were reports about tapering. the gold market does not like the reports. he doesn't expect a big selloff. he is a ready seen a lot of liquidation. moving on to agriculture and commodities, some hedge fund managers and others are cutting back on positions of corn. corn futures rose for the week. biggest gain in two weeks. coffee and oranges were also big movers, and there was a lot of focus on the fuel cut -- question. million barrels in the last week -- 28 million barrels in last week. that is big consumption. it was up attired higher than the same time last year. this leads to a real turning point for the week. there was a big jump in the refinery action. product demand is strong. -- at a peak.that it shows that analysts believe that they believe oil prices will drop next week, mainly because in the short term, we're seeing a pickup. >> su keenan, thank
Dec 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
and to the centrifuges which can be used for nuclear energy but as other critics said, used to make nuclear bombs. this calls for tougher sanctions. is that going to derail the diplomacy underway? to get >> inot need do not need to give my opinion. the message that it will undermine. that is going to derail. can congress passed a resolution? cheats, at some later point in time, event sanctions might be put in place. that might be a compromise measure. it does not like congress will have the time to put together comprehensive sanctions. they were needed to do it and if that tactic that is being described as a likely scenario. in the defense authorization bill that has to be passed by the end of the year. i do not think they will be able to get sanctions in a definitive way of greed upon by the close of the year. they might be up to get a resolution about future sanctions. is not the only diplomatic challenge. there is afghanistan. chuck hagel on a recent trip. what are the sticking points to a bilateral agreement hawaii has an afghan president karzai signed off? there is still tension between the
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